I have taught Spanish for 4 years. During my Bachelor's degree, I started out as a private and group Spanish tutor. Then, when I started my Master's degree, I began giving private lessons to adults. Last fall, I taught Spanish for beginners to students in college (18-30 years old). Finally, as of November 2016, I now teach Spanish II (beginners, second course) to high school students.
I want my students to be as active and autonomous as possible in their learning process, which is why I tend to minimize the time dedicated to explicit teaching in class. I love to use ICTs (blogs, podcasts, various applications such as Quizlet, EdPuzzle, Kahoot, Socrative). The students love it too! I also believe in the benefits of the flipped classroom and my students enjoy it very much, since they can learn at their own pace.
«Ladislas-Gonczarow» Excellence Scholarship, University of Montreal, Fall 2016 Literatures and Languages of the World Excellence Scholarship, University of Montreal, Fall 2015 Graduated “with great distinction”, convocation ceremony, Concordia University, Spring 2015 Classics, Modern Languages, and Linguistics Excellence Scholarship, 2014-2015 academic year Member of the Golden Key International Honour Society since 2014 Campaign for a New Millennium Student Contribution Excellence Scholarship, Concordia University, 2011-2012 academic year Dean's List, Concordia University, 2011-2012 & 2012-2013 academic years Completed D.C.S. in Modern Languages with the Excellence Award
- Bachelors' Degree in Hispanic Studies (Specialization in Spanish Expression and Culture), Concordia University (Montreal, Canada), 2011-2015. - Master's Degree in the Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language, University of Montreal (Montreal, Canada), 2015-2017.
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